O&T Farms Research at Work

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O&T Farms Products are Supported Through Third-Party Research

Our products and their ability to support either health or wellness improvements for livestock or Omega-3 enrichment into functional foods undergo extensive independent research. We ensure that research is done to support the marketing or advancement of commercialization.

Our commitment to research and development is supported by independent third-party institutions, such as Penn State University, UC Davis California, Fresno State, University of Florida, University of Guelph, Nielsen’s and The University of Saskatchewan.




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O&T Farms Exhibiting at VIV Asia (Thailand) ...Read More ❯
LinPRO-R provides a softer spread to butter ...Read More ❯
Get Cracking with O&T Farms on World Egg Day ...Read More ❯
The opportunity to meet with international associates through webinars ...Read More ❯
O&T Farms Response to COVID-19 ...Read More ❯
Spreading the Omega-3 news at The Farmers Summit (Philippines) ...Read More ❯
Innovation is driven by our commitment to R&D ...Read More ❯
A great night of appreciation from the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce ...Read More ❯
Welcome to O&T Farms Featured Newsletter: The Nutritionally Better News by O&T Farms ...Read More ❯
Learning more about Omega-3 enriched diets for breeder hens at the 2019 PSA ...Read More ❯
O&T Farms participates at 2019 VIV Asia held at the BITEC in Bangkok, Thailand ...Read More ❯
Flaxseed in animal feed has exciting potential ...Read More ❯
American Dairymen Article ...Read More ❯
Spring 2016, University of Saskatchewan ~ Agknowledge Magazine ...Read More ❯
The 2020 Penn State Dairy Cattle Workshop featured Dr. Troy Ott explaining the benefits of an Omega-3 feeding strategy for transition cows. ...Read More ❯
The modern global dairy market rewards herds with optimized reproductive performance and reduced herd turnover rates. ...Read More ❯
Breeder feeding strategies including linPRO show promise for improving skeletal integrity of pullets. ...Read More ❯
Developmental programming has the greatest application potential for modern chicken production to help meet changing and growing global market demands. ...Read More ❯
Over the past decade, the benefits of linPRO-R for dairy cattle health and milk production have been demonstrated in controlled research trials; however, commercial data was lacking….until now! ...Read More ❯
O&T Farms collaborated with the University of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Food Industry Development Centre in a multi-disciplinary research project to evaluate the effects of feeding linPRO-R to dairy cattle on the fatty acid profile and sensory characteristics of havarti cheese. ...Read More ❯
Developmental programming has the greatest application potential for modern chicken production to help meet changing and growing global market demands.The concept of developmental programing refers to the ability of specific exposures during pre- and early life to result in epigenetic changes that may impact the development, health and production potential ...Read More ❯
Amino Acid Digestibility and Apparent Metabolisable Energy of linPRO offers Improved Nutritional Precision for Laying Hens ...Read More ❯

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